An interactive exhibition room measuring about 250 square metres will help individual visitors (tourists, rail travellers, mountain railway travellers, etc.) and groups (business events, school classes, etc.) to learn more about glacial melting and the climate-related changes occurring in the mountains. Information panels and exhibits provide information about a wide range of topics, while seven virtual reality stations give visitors a spectacular demonstration of the different scenarios we may have to face in the future. The Virtual Reality Glacier Experience is available in English and German.
Due to the current Corona regulations, we unfortunately have to close the VR Glacier Experience.
VR goggles – an attraction for young and old
New at the Diavolezza Mountain Railway valley station – a journey through time on the Morteratsch Glacier from 1875 to 2100. Admission is free of charge.
Setting an example for the future with sustainability in mind
That is the anniversary motto celebrating 150 years of Graubündner Kantonalbank #gkb2020. The newly opened multimedia exhibition allows visitors to experience the impacts of climate change.
New glacier experience
Together with Diavolezza Lagalb AG, Graubündner Kantonalbank has opened the world’s first and only Virtual Reality Glacier Experience in Pontresina.